tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC June 2, 2010 3:05am-4:00am EDT
[ cheers and applause ] great. great new york crowds. i love them. welcome to the show, everybody. let's get right to the news here. bp wants twitter to shut down a fake bp account that is mocking the oil company. in response, twitter wants bp to shut down the oil leak that's ruining the ocean. [ laughter ] you do that, and we'll do this. [ applause ] some huge news, you guys, it was announced today that the 2014 super bowl will take place at the meadowlands in new jersey. [ cheers and applause ] i'm psyched. they say this will be the most attention a tiny piece of leather has gotten in new jersey since, well, since snooki. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> steve: that's what they said. >> jimmy: yep. you knew a snooki joke was coming. just say it, just say it. listen to this. the white house is backing a new plan to repeal "don't ask, don't tell." yeah.
they want to relax the harsh standard and implement their new policy, "just try to not make it super obvious, gary." [ light laughter ] chill it out a little bit. hey, i heard that paul mccartney invited the jonas brothers to his tribute at the white house next wednesday because he thinks of them as the next beatles. [ audience groans ] the jonases were like "oh, man, that is so nice of you. who are the beatles?" [ laughter ] check this out. the fda might endorse a new pill to boost women's sex drives. [ cheers and applause ] that's true. the pill is about this big. [ laughter ] it looks exactly like george clooney and it goes over your husband's face. [ audience oohs ] it's the same thing. [ applause ] >> steve: the fda approved that? >> jimmy: it became a weird joke, yeah, yeah, yeah -- the fda approved that, yeah, this afternoon.
you guys hear about this? jon gosselin is now dating a 22-year-old woman. that sounds pretty young, but he did follow the rule, half your iq plus seven. [ laughter ] he followed the rule. during his recent trip to china, treasury secretary timothy geithner played basketball against chinese college students. it did not go well. i think we have a shot scoreboard. there it is, yeah -- [ laughter ] up and up and up. it's just unbelievable. hey, this is crazy. a british man just swam under mt. everest wearing only a swim cap, goggles and speedo in 34-degree water. he'll now move on to an even bigger challenge, trying to coax his balls back out. [ laughter ] that's what he's going to try to see if he can get that going. hey, a new tell-all book reveals that oprah's employees used the code name "mary" while discussing her outside the office. apparently no one was fooled by their first code name, "smoprah."
[ laughter ] i would have been fooled. i would have been fooled. i just read about an 89-year-old woman in germany posed nude for a charity calendar. she posed for february, but her boobs are down in november. [ laughter ] it's just fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] and finally, after their boat capsized off the coast of florida last week, three people survived for three days by clinging to a cooler. three of them described as the best of friends and a fourth guy was described as delicious. [ audience ohs ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, roots. thank you, everybody. we've got such a great show tonight but first, it's "watch jimmy with jimmy week."
♪ ♪ watch jimmy with jimmy yeah ♪ >> jimmy: all this week i'm going to be live streaming and chatting with you guys on our website while the show airs live. so go to latenightwithjimmyfallon.com/ watchjimmy, it's free. you don't have to pay anything. you don't have to give your e-mail, nothing. it's me, some of the writers just talking, kind like of audio commentary on dvd. it's something different, something we're playing with. it's really fun so watch me watch me right now. [ cheers and applause ] it's really cool. hey, everybody. thanks for doing that. tonight we've got a fantastic show. from "sex and the city 2," the amazing kim cattrall is here! [ cheers and applause ] i love her. so fun. president of the ufc dana white is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] and we've got a u.s. debut -- a television debut from a great
band, frightened rabbit will be here. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be great. so good. they're great. ladies and gentlemen, it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: now, this is where we take a look at stories and issues making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. tonight's topic, the "american idol" season finale. they are announcing the big winner tomorrow night. it's going to be crystal bowersox or lee dewyze. all right. let's take a look at pros and cons. here we go. pro -- the "american idol" winner is unknown at this time. con -- just like last year's "american idol" winner. [ audience oohs ] who was that? [ scattered applause ] >> steve: don't know. >> jimmy: larry mcguinty, i think won. >> steve: what was it? >> jimmy: larry mcgroundy. >> steve: rarry. >> jimmy: gary mcclintock. >> steve: gary mcclintock. >> jimmy: clinty. >> steve: clinty mcguinty.
>> jimmy: clinty mcguinty. >> steve: clinty mcguinty. >> jimmy: love that dude's stuff. >> steve: that singing. >> jimmy: that girl. >> steve: that girl. i love that -- >> jimmy: she's the best. >> steve: she was the best. >> jimmy: glinty. oh, she was -- >> steve: when she sang that song. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. it was the song. >> steve: cover of that one band. oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: yeah. wake up to it in the morning, work out to it. >> steve: oh, my gosh. me, too, yeah, every day. i have it set as my alarm when i wake up in the morning to just put me in a bright mood. [ laughter ] i love her. >> jimmy: i put it as my ring tone. >> steve: are you serious! >> jimmy: so, any time anybody calls i'm in the best mood. >> steve: oh, my god. that's crazy. love her. love her. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] pro -- paula abdul will be appearing on the season finale. con -- the entire time she will think she's on the "lost" finale. [ laughter ] that's -- either way, it's a win-win. >> steve: it's a win-win. >> jimmy: it's a win-win. pro -- the contest can go either
way. con -- so can ryan seacrest. >> steve: whoa! [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: that's not true. that's not true. that's not true. >> steve: not true. seacrest out. [ laughter ] come on. not true though. >> jimmy: that's not what he means by that. >> steve: i don't know. that's when he says when he says good-bye. >> jimmy: he doesn't say "seacrest out." he means good-bye. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] exactly. >> jimmy: pro -- simon cowell is leaving the show after this season. con -- his nipples are in talks to get their own spinoff, "hard nip/tuck." [ laughter ] that sounds pretty good show. looks like a pretty good show. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: pro -- you get a lot of product placement for coke. con -- not as much coke as in a lindsay lohan tmz photo. [ audience ohs ] she should get paid for that. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i'm looking out for her. >> steve: you should. her and christy mcguinty. >> jimmy: oh -- you know that one b-side christy mcguinty. >> steve: oh, my god. that is so good. i listen to that every time -- i have like a mini tramp, and i'll
do -- >> jimmy: a mini trampoline. >> steve: mini-tramp -- >> jimmy: a mini-tramp, yeah. >> steve: i'll do about 45 minutes on that, an hour. right. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> steve: and i have it on lope -- i just have the b-side on loop. >> jimmy: christy mcguinty, i put it on, i put it on -- i got great ear buds. ever use those things? >> steve: those are so good. oh, my god. >> jimmy: ear buds and got one of those things that vibrates. you just stand there and it vibrates -- >> steve: oh, like a fat shaker. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: like a vibrating -- no, not one from the '50s, a brand new thing. >> steve: oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: feels like you're standing in an earthquake. >> steve: that sounds great. >> jimmy: i do it for like four or five hours before i get to work. >> steve: until your legs are numb. >> jimmy: till my legs are numb and someone drags me into my office. >> steve: life is sweet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: pro -- you can text your votes in. con -- tiger woods will sext his vote in. well -- it's the vote that counts, that's all that matters. and finally, pro -- millions will be tuning in to see how it all ends. con -- spoiler alert. they have been dead the whole time. there it is. the "pros and cons," everybody. we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪
oh, man. i was just thinking about something, what was it? oh, yeah -- it's time to play the thinking game everyone is thinking about called "think about it." ♪ think about it think about it think about it think, think, yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is "think about it," the game where we make people think about something really, really hard and then decide who is thinking the hardest. [ light laughter ] higgins, who do you think is thinking tonight? >> steve: well, jimmy, coming to the stage are carl larusso, lindsey trainiac and matt pierman. get down here and "think about it." ♪ think about it think about it ♪ >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome. hi, what is your name? >> carl. >> jimmy: carl. >> lindsey. >> matt. >> jimmy: very, very good. very good. good to see you guys, all right. [ scattered cheers ] you guys ready to "think about it"? >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay, let's bring out the intel syncometer 8500.
come on out. there she is -- ♪ this baby's based on only the finest and cutting edge reading mind technology. [ cheers and applause ] by our scientists at intel. thank you -- thank you so much. with this machine, you can measure your brain waves to tell exactly how hard you're thinking about something. [ light laughter ] just try not to stare at it for too long. 'cause -- that is just rude. that is real machine. [ laughter ] now, each of you put on your wireless intel synco readometer headbands. there you go. that's for you. that's for you. just pass this down there, and please make sure that the -- put them on. and make sure that the cerebral cortex nipple is facing out. [ light laughter ] if it's not facing out, this will not work. this is -- that will work. through your hair. trust me. [ laughter ] this is technology -- this is insane. now, everyone's nipples sticking out. good. [ laughter ] the rules of the game are simple. i'll give you a word and you'll think about it as hard as you can for 15 seconds. whoever thinks the hardest wins. any questions? [ light laughter ]
all right, now, i just want to remind you all once again this is all cutting edge top secret technology. i'm not even supposed to have this thing. [ light laughter ] it's just a concept machine. it's not even final product. i mean, look, our friends at intel are great people, but i had to break into the company headquarters just to get my paws on this thing. had to chloroform three security dogs in the process. i picked up their paws and used them to get this thing. that's how cloak and dagger this whole situation is. everyone ever see that movie "cloak and dagger" with dabney coleman? [ scattered cheers ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: pretty sick stuff, yeah. young henry thomas. all right, let's get started. everyone take a seat on your silver-sparkled synco stools and get in your best thinking position. now -- [ light laughter ] pretty good. in honor -- [ laughter ] in honor of all the memorial day barbecues happening this
weekend, the word you'll be thinking about tonight is "frankfurter." "frankfurter." [ laughter ] audience, we'll need your help. your job is it to chant "think, think, think" along with me as quietly as you can while they're thinking, okay? you guys ready? here we go. let's do this. 15 seconds on the clock. clear your mind. ready? set. think. think. think. [ chanting "think" ] come on. that's good. yes, do the thinking. [ chanting continues ] yes, yes, yes. focus, focus. focus. think, think, think. all right. very good, very, very good. that's it. time's up. everybody stop thinking. hands off your thoughts. [ laughter ] you're all thinking very hard but now it's time to see what you were thinking so hard about. that's right, because with the press of this red button the intel thinko-sychometer will allow us to protect -- project your thoughts and protect them -- [ laughter ] -- by putting them out in the atmosphere. so that everyone will know what you really thought.
they are completely protected. [ laughter ] and they will then project your thoughts on the screen so that everyone will see what you are thinking. see i told you this is cutting-edge stuff. i don't even know what it is. [ laughter ] perfect. here we go. contestant number one. what did you think about? >> i just think i thought pretty well -- i think i thought pretty well. >> jimmy: we're about to see. >> all right. >> jimmy: going to poke your nipple here. [ laughter ] oh, nice job, nice job. a bunch of frankfurters, you're really thinking about them! spot on. good job, buddy. there you go. hey, that's great! [ cheers and applause ] contestant number two, do you think you outthought his thoughts? >> i think so. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we'll see here.
i'm going to put my fingertip on your nip. [ laughter ] let's see -- there's a hot dog. that's great. there's a corn dog, okay. that's -- that's a kielbasa. that's -- that's a -- okay. some dude's abs -- okay, more sausage. no, sorry, not quite right, but very close. very, very close. [ applause ] very, very close. okay. buster brown, it's all up to you. how hard do you think your thoughts are being thought of while you're in the act of thinking of thought-filled thoughts that you were thinking of? >> i thought the hardest. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we'll find out. just a quick flick of the nip. [ laughter ] you got a hot dog! that's good. oh, no -- what's -- oh, no. [ laughter ] that's abs, still abs, you're really think about that dude's abs. all right, let's get rid of this. sorry, buddy. i apologize. that was just a man's abs. contestant number one you are
the winner right now! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ a package all beef franks, buddy. >> yeah! >> jimmy: enjoy. of course, nobody leaves the show empty handed. contestant number two, here's some kielbasa for you. there you go. contestant number three, you get dale. here you go -- come on out, dale. [ laughter ] there you go -- everyone -- thank you for playing. [ cheers and applause ] everybody very excited. your friends in the audience are very excited. there you go, very, very good. [ cheers and applause ] thanks to the good men and women at intel who are the sponsors of tomorrow, so when tomorrow comes thank intel today, and remember when life throws you a lemon, don't make lemonade. just "think about it." we'll be right back with kim cattrall! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] this is steven, a busy man kept to a busy schedule. his day starts with his arthritis pain. that's breakfast with two pills. the morning is over. it's time for two more pills.
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>> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our first guest is an award-winning actress, who brings her iconic and outrageous character samantha jones back to the big screen on thursday in the eagerly anticipated "sex and the city 2." say hello to the beautiful kim cattrall! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you so much. that sparkles. beautiful, beautiful. high heels are tough, yeah. >> thanks. we were talking about that earlier. >> jimmy: yeah. i don't wear them anymore. [ laughter ] >> with such good legs. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, yeah. it is brutal though, gosh. but, you look gorgeous. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: i did drag for some bit we did on the show, and i have such a new found respect for women. >> for women, and their legs and their feet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: or drag queens.
yes, and drag queens. it's so hard. it's not fun. >> yeah, at the end of the night it can be challenging, yes, yes. >> jimmy: oh, gosh, yeah. i always bring flip-flops with me or something or sneakers. >> but, you know, "sex and the city" is a great place to train for high heels because we're constantly in high heels. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so it's -- get the calluses and you know -- your feet, they adjust. >> jimmy: yeah, you just get totally used to it. >> yes, you do. >> jimmy: now, i know that you're from canada because i saw a lot of the ads during the olympics. you're canadian. >> those ads over and over again. >> jimmy: yes. you were great. so cool. that's great. [ cheers and applause ] but i didn't know that you were born in england. >> i was born in liverpool, yes. >> jimmy: wow. >> and then, my parents immigrated when i was just a baby and i went back when i was 11, 12 and i lived there for about two years. >> jimmy: did you ever have an accent? >> well, i grew up with a british accent around me all the time. both my parents are what they call scousers. [ in a liverpool accent ] "so everyone talked like that, you know? like the beatles. especially my dad. you know, he talked like that." >> jimmy: oh, that's very good. >> oh, thanks. >> jimmy: sorry. [ light laughter ]
>> and -- and then, you know, i sort of talked canadian for a while, sort of - [ in a canadian accent ] "out and about." and then i moved to new york, and i became like a normal person. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: came to new york, absolutely. but were you going back because you're doing a great thing that's getting crazy reviews out there. you're doing theater in the west end. >> well, i just finished. i doing a noel coward play what they called "receive pronunciation" which is the queen's english so i was speaking -- [ in an english accent ] "very proper like that" for about three months. and i couldn't call home because every time i did, i with a would go back to the rehearsal room with an american accent. so i can't call home. i have to stay like in, like, this bubble, but we had a fabulous time. we want to bring it to broadway. a big success. >> jimmy: really and it was all noel coward stuff. so it was, like, fast -- a lot of words, right? >> oh, my god, it's like rapid fire. it's like grabbing on to the end of the train and just, like, holding on for dear life. >> jimmy: hoping that you remember everything. >> exactly, every single night and the end of the second act there's a huge fight scene. and i had, literally, bruises all over my body from the end of it, but it was so much fun. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: yeah. absolutely, yeah. well, do you like theater better -- >> i love them both. i mean, i love playing samantha because she's such an amazing character, and at this point, after 14 years it's really like a second skin, but there's no character like it, but i like to do a variety of things. i did this polanski movie which was really an amazing sort of mystery, you know. you never know, kind of an espionage thriller. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then the play and now i'm doing something for channel 4 called "any human heart," where i play a crazy socialite. so it's nice to vary to up, but i love coming home to samantha. she's my heart. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: last night -- last night, new york city, we were right next door to radio city music hall. and last night it was off the charts. >> did you hear the helicopters? i was like, "is obama here?" >> jimmy: people rioting in the streets, all so excited about you guys had the premiere of "sex and the city 2." how was it? >> well, first of all, it was at radio city music hall, which is like -- it's such an amazing place. it's like the heart of romance for me.
you know, stepping on that stage and being introduced. and also "sex and the city," the fifth woman has always been new york because we just shoot here. this is our home. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> so it just felt so great to open this time at radio city, with all these great people coming in and supporting us. it was fabulous. >> jimmy: oh, people went nuts. it was gigantic. now, i mean, the show was huge and then the movie became huge. i mean, as well. you're an icon now. and i mean, when did you realize it was getting gigantic? >> well, it was the most crazy weird thing, because we were off the air for four years and usually a show that's off the air loses its audience. but it not only went global, it went sort of in america on regular television. i think my part was mostly cut out. [ laughter ] but i was still in it. >> jimmy: it sort felt overdubbed. "hi." your lips are moving. you're just totally saying something different. >> exactly, and you just see my shoulders, nothing else. [ laughter ] i never actually could see it. it was just so different, but really the audience grew instead of diminished. so when we couple back to could the movie, there was this audience that we never had before. the biggest audience on hbo was like 7 millon. and that is when the show was ending. so it just went wow, and we were
shooting on the street. and the first day that we were shooting, it was the four of us back together again, and the paparazzi were absolutely everywhere. you know, you had -- even for the second film, we had to be so careful about plot lines. one day, i went to the set with the script in my hand and some paparazzi blew up the script, and they gave away all of these story lines. so i said to michael patrick king, the director, "what are we going to do? they've got, like, the menopause thing. they're going to steal it. they'll ruin it for the fans. so he said, "i think that we should, you know, do a little trick on them." i said, "okay, what are we going to do?" i said "what about pregnancy? they will freak out if samantha's pregnant." and he said, "no, no, no. let's marry her." so pat field went to a bridal shop, got three wedding dresses. tried the first one on. it kind of, sort of fit. i went to the set. two paparazzi photographed it, and went all over the world and people then thought, "samantha's getting married." so it was -- you know, you have to be so tricky with them. >> jimmy: keep them guessing, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you don't want to ruin the plot, like, too early. >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: but what, in general, what happens in this one?
from what i know -- [ laughter ] you definitely get married. >> no, no, i don't. i'm definitely going through menopause. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you are. >> how do you make menopause funny? that's a question or sexy? but i think we managed it with samantha. the girls go to the middle east, and it -- what i love about this movie is that the best part about "sex and the city" is the four women together leaving behind the boyfriends and the husband and the children. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and just really getting them together, not that you don't love them or care for them, but just having girl time, and that was the best thing. we were shot in marrakesh, which is supposed to be abu dhabi for about eight weeks, almost eight weeks. we had thanksgiving there in a tent. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. what was it like? >> it's so incredibly exotic. nothing like i'd ever imagined. one of the first great loves of my life was from morocco. and i always wanted to go, and it really didn't disappoint. everything is sort of behind closed doors, you know. you never know what sort of happening or going on. and there's this great trading center of marrakesh.
it's so old. it's such an ancient city, and things have not changed. i mean, we would wake up at 4:00 or 5:00 in the morning to go to locations, and there would be no lights anywhere. the sky was completely clear. it was really, really beautiful. >> jimmy: that's great. >> and then people in almost like biblical garb. i felt like i was in "ben-hur" going to work. >> jimmy: really, that's what they actually wear? >> yeah. >> jimmy: speaking of wardrobe, they have one scene in this movie, i won't not, spoiler. but it's a scene in the '80s of you guys meeting for the first time. >> oh, yes, one of my favorites. my youth. >> jimmy: check this out. this is you in the '80s. there you go. that is going to be awesome. this is going to be so cool. >> the favorite thing about this is that my nephew said, "aunty kim, what is that on your side? is that a sound system?" i said, "no, that's the original ipod." >> jimmy: yeah. that's what they used to look like, absolutely. >> that's what they used to look like, yeah. >> jimmy: well, we have a scene, a quick scene here with you and sarah jessica going through the desert -- >> on a camel. >> jimmy: -- on a camel. >> yes. ♪
>> i'm having a hot flash. >> you're fine. >> seriously, they're starting. >> look, you're on a camel in the middle of the arabian desert, if you're not having a hot flash, you're dead. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, okay. [ cheers and applause ] i love it. i cannot wait for this. more with kim cattrall when we come back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pick a city. any city. then log on to hotwire.com, where you'll find four-star hotels at two-star prices. hotwire has special deals with hotels. when hotels have unsold rooms they use hotwire to fill them, so you get them at ridiculously low prices. like four stars in san francisco, hotwire hot rate from $85. so pick a city. then get a four-star hotel at a two-star price, from hotwire.com. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ hotwire.com save big on car rentals too. from $13.95 a day.
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the movie with you. that was a blast. [ laughter and applause ] i played your horny cousin desiree. >> my horny ka-ka. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. they called me ka-kaka. [ laughter ] but i was -- desire was my real name. i was the fifth girlfriend. it was so fun. man, we had a blast. all the one-liners and catch phrases. >> really. >> jimmy: kind of what i'm known for in hollywood. >> i hate to tell you this, but i think they cut all those scenes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you sure, i mean, because i was really nailing it? i was feeling that i was nailing it. >> i saw the final cut. you're not in it. >> jimmy: i would play these clips for my friends at parties because they were huge. [ laughter ] they would ask how was your scenes in "sex and the city 2." >> particularly with me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> all cut. >> jimmy: i brought clips. do we have the clips? ♪ [ laughter ] >> here we are, sweetie. just two single girls drinking in a middle eastern desert. cheers! [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: this little lady wants to get humped like a camel. [ laughter ] [ beep ] >> here we are, sweetie, two single girls drinking in the middle eastern desert. cheers! >> jimmy: someone needs to irrigate my fertile crescent. [ laughter ] [ beep ] >> jimmy: we're rolling? >> here we are. here we are, sweetie. two single girls drinking in the middle eastern desert. cheers! >> jimmy: my arid region needs moistening. [ laughter ] [ beep ] we get that one? >> i think we need another one. >> jimmy: we got that one? i think so, yeah. here we are, two single girls drinking in the middle of an eastern desert. cheers! >> i'm in the mahmoud -- for sexual intercourse. [ laughter and applause ] >> come on. come on. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? >> none of this is usable. this is ridiculous. >> jimmy: are you kidding me? >> who wrote this?
>> jimmy: this is comedy gold. i'm gonna win you a grammy. [ beep ] >> here we are. two single girls drinking in the middle of an eastern desert. >> jimmy: ooh, i wish someone would ride this magic carpet. [ laughter ] >> oh -- >> jimmy: and you're -- you're being rude right now. >> that's the way it goes. read it. >> here we are drinking -- >> jimmy: it's time for a holy war. and i think you know the hole i'm talking about. [ laughter and applause ] [ beep ]. my body is too bootylicious for you, baby. >> no wonder you were cut out of this. this is terrible. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, look, look. i like -- [ beep ] i like the butt -- [ slap ] [ beep ]. >> why not. >> jimmy: you can kiss. anyone want to push push in my couscous? [ laughter ] [ applause ] where did he go? where did he go? oh, hi, honey. oh, thank you. >> sorry, darling. sorry about that.
>> jimmy: oh, it's so bright out here. [ laughter ] ♪ it's bahraining men hallelujah ♪ you get it? >> okay, all right. let's -- let's switch, okay. >> jimmy: all right. >> i think that i'll take the lines and then you can feed me. maybe that will go a little better. >> jimmy: here we go. here we are, sweetie, two single girls drinking in the middle eastern desert. cheers. >> look at that -- i think it's [ beep ]. >> jimmy: oh, hey, here we are, sweetie. >> anybody want to invade my persian gulf? [ beep ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: here we are drinking in a desert. [ laughter ] >> you want to see iraq, i'll show you a rack? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's do this one together. >> i think i'm much better than you. >> jimmy: let's do this one together. ready? >> oh, yeah, i think we're gonna have to. >> jimmy: here we are drinking in a desert. ♪ i see camel toe. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> i think -- i think we're the new abbott and costello. what do you think? >> jimmy: some amazing stuff. "sex and the city 2" is in theaters everywhere tuesday, may 27th! kim cattrall, everybody! dana white joins us next, there he is in the bud light lime green room. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ build your better breakfast at subway!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's my man. >> what's up, buddy? >> jimmy: from "sex and the city" to ufc. this is perfect. >> exactly. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. thanks so much for being on. we were talking backstage. you're very involved in social media and all that stuff. we're doing a "watch jimmy with jimmy week." >> i was watching it this week. >> jimmy: did you? did you watch last night? >> yeah. >> jimmy: now you kind of have a watch -- a watch dana with -- watch ufc with dana type of thing. >> i do what's called a video blog -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> the week of the fight a guy follows me around with a camera and it's kind of like a behind-the-scenes of what happens that week. we are filming here now so it'll be watch jimmy with dana. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] because you're also big on twitter, too. >> huge, i love twitter. i love it. >> jimmy: why do you love twitter so much? >> you know, it took me a little while to get into it, but i -- i have this love/hate thing with the media, and i can talk directly to the fans on twitter, and it's cool. i love it. >> jimmy: you have a cool story we're talking about. you were in montreal, and
somebody asked you like "why do you love twitter?" >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're like let me prove to you how -- >> well -- a buddy of mine, i have 1.2 million followers. and a buddy of mine -- >> jimmy: wow! >> and a buddy of mine brought his friend who is a marketing guy and he asked me "how do you quantify twitter?" and i'm like "well, how do you quantify a billboard or a newspaper ad, but i'll show you the power of twitter." we're in montreal, canada, you know -- they don't speak english up there, you know, it's french, so i -- we walked across the street to an eso station. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i tweet, and say i'm on the corner of here and here at an eso station. 36 seconds it took the first person to show up. by 1:00 there were like five people there and within minutes there were hundreds of people there. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah.
that's the power of twitter. >> jimmy: that's the power. almost like doing a -- like booking your own radio show and broadcasting right now. >> that's the thing. imagine if you were going to make an appearance somewhere. you'd have to buy radio and newspaper and you wouldn't even know if you're reaching the people you're trying to reach. but with twitter, how many followers you have, those people are there and want to hear what you have to say. >> jimmy: that's super cool. yeah, i love it as well. >> very cool. >> jimmy: i mean, you've -- you've -- gosh, ufc has grown. it's been -- now it's gigantic. you just got invited to bill gates' house for dinner -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: explain what happened there. this is --
>> i was invited to -- he has a ceo summit every year, and -- and it's 200 of the top ceos in the world, and they invited me to come there and speak, and, you know, i'm standing up on the stage and speaking to these -- it's literally the top 200 guys in the world, you know, the rock stars of the business world, and i'm looking out there and warren buffett who actually -- i'm not your traditional business guy, but i'm a fan -- i'm a fan of warren buffett's so to see him there. >> jimmy: are you really? >> yeah, yeah. i'm a big fan of his. bill gates was there, great guy. >> jimmy: have you ever -- >> huh? >> jimmy: pretty ugly, yeah, yeah. that's cool. you're up there just talking to warren buffett, just laughing at your jokes. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's it. >> it was pretty surreal. it was cool. >> jimmy: i mean, that's a great story coming from a guy, coming from boston, not too shabby. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you worked in a gym, right? is that right? >> yeah. actually, when i was 19, i worked at boston harbor hotel. i was the bellman there, and one we've got "rampage" jackson versus rashad evans this weekend. >> jimmy: look at these guys -- this is rampage jackson right here. he's fighting rashad evans. now this is supposed to happen -- this is supposed to happen already, wasn't it? >> yeah. well, these two were both coaches on "the ultimate fighter," and they're supposed to fight at end of the season. "rampage" got picked to play b.a. barackas in the new "a-team" movie that comes out this summer so -- >> jimmy: that's right. >> so, he ditched me and went off and filmed the movie. [ light laughter ] and he and i got into a big fight over that. >> jimmy: oh, my god. i would never make you mad at
all. >> and now we got back together, well, you don't want to make him mad. don't worry about me. >> jimmy: oh, really? [ laughter ] >> yeah. but -- we're cool now and the fight is finally going to happen and people are pumped about it. actually the primetime show that we're running on spike right now, like the countdown show. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> one of the songs on episode two is the roots. yeah. >> jimmy: there you go. see. [ cheers and applause ] >> yep. >> jimmy: we love the roots. oh, man, they're the greatest. >> exactly. >> jimmy: are they on the video game? >> i don't think so. >> jimmy: yeah. let's talk about this guy. 2010. i have 2009. this is -- what did you add to this game to make it different? >> actually in a year it's amazing how much they added. you know, it's got better head movement. you can slip and roll and move. you can go southpaw. it didn't have south -- southpaw means left-handed. >> jimmy: yeah. >> if you're a left-handed fighter, they didn't have it in the last issue. they do in this one, and you can actually switch up. there's lots of different career modes and fight modes, but if you're a gamer, you know, andy really like video games, this is probably the best fighting video game ever made. so -- >> jimmy: we have a clip of the special fight, i think it's you
versus me. that's me. [ laughter ] there we go. oh, yeah, jimmy! a couple shot. look at that. what's up? look at the purple underwear. why are you hitting me back? oh, ow! look. why are you -- look at the purple underwear. why can't you give me a better outfit? [ laughter ] so -- ow, stop it, stop it. this is getting awful. can we stop the fight now? my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] you're relentless. relentless in hitting me. i cannot wait to play this. dana white, ufc undisputed 2010 is in stores now. frightened rabbit performs next. come on back. dana come whenever -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (jim koch) sam adams light
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guaranteed for two years! this is beyond cable. this is fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is beyond cable. this is fios. ♪ >> jimmy: our next guests are an amazing scottish band. we're thrilled to have their national television debut tonight with the song "nothing like you" from their album
to bed tonight ♪ ♪ i am bruised but she is dressing my wounds night nursing a broken man ♪ ♪ she was not the cure for cancer and all my questions still ask for answers ♪ ♪ there is nothing like someone new and this girl she was nothing like you ♪ ♪ ♪ up awake and i'm post operation i find i've come in a dream again ♪ ♪ all the pain almost as painful as ever but something in me was not the same ♪
♪ at night you're in dreams of submission i could claw back my heart and soul ♪ ♪ as the size of the tumor diminishes so we fill that black hole ♪ ♪ she was not the cure for cancer and all my questions still ask for answers ♪ ♪ there is nothing like someone new and this girl she was nothing like you ♪ ♪ she was not the cure for cancer and all my questions still ask for answers ♪ ♪ there is nothing like someone new and this girl she was nothing like you ♪ ♪ nothing like someone new and this girl
she was nothing like you ♪ ♪ there is nothing like someone new and this girl she was nothing like you ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: way to do it, buddy, thank you very much, thank you very much. appreciate it, brother. thank you very, very much. frightened rabbit, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] check out their album "the winter of mixed drinks." see them at lollapallooza in chicago in august. my thanks to kim cattrall, dana white, frightened rabbit! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night, the roots right there! stay tuned for "carson daly." thanks for watching. have a good night. hope to see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪